Is it user friendly? Is the website architecture search engine bot friendly? Does it feel professional but easy to navigate around?
Do you prefer quality over quantity? Do you create content to make people feel like, "Hell, yeah, now THAT'S something I think my friends would like" ?
Is your social media followers liking your content? Do they share it? Do they come to your website and read more than just the post you shared?
Ankit Singh, your DigitalBloke.
So you want to increase your organic traffic.
Now, organic traffic depends on a LOT of things, but we can broadly put it in 3 categories:
That's because search engines keep changing and the real reason behind each big and small algorithm change is this: to make it as user friendly as possible. Why? Because Google bets HUGE on customer experience.
So if you want your site to gain more organic traffic, then you have to provide good customer experience.
And if that means changing your website's design and architecture, do it.
If that means making your content more readable and high quality for humans, do it.
And if that means making your social media channels more powerful, do it.
That's the amount of time it took for me to perform both on-page and off-page SEO for my client from scratch.
This is the overall traffic BEFORE they hired me (Data from Google Analytics)
And this is a snapshot of traffic after 6 months.
I increased my client's visibility, decreased bounce rates and brought more new users to the site.
I did everything. I did on-page SEO, which includes:
Fixing the site speed
SERPs and keyword research
Sharing on social media platforms
Fixing Mobile friendly issues
Analyzing organic competitors' pages and making yours better
Finding and contributing to high authority guest blogs
Getting rid of crawl errors
High quality SEO content with optimized media, HTML tags
Doing social bookmarking of every post or page with relevant keywords and SERP
Getting rid of Broken links or providing appropriate links
Keyword optimized page Title and Meta description
Submitting every link on high PR forums
Making every permalink in site SEO friendly
Schema markup is done
Submitting every blog post into high PR blog directory sites
Keeping the site structure stable as much as I can
Making your pages voice-search optimized
Optimizing Google My Business for local businesses
Creating robot.txt for search engine bots to keep specific pages restricted from others
Relevant internal and external linking done
Creating a whole web 2.0 submission network
Updating the XML sitemap every time new content is put up
Landing Page Optimization
Ankit has been working on restoring our website position in google after it dropped considerably when we employed a small SEO agency for the previous 8 months. The agency just kept reassuring us that things would improve but they never did. Ankit has now regained our positions and is very easy to work with. Most of all he is a transparent, demonstrating the work he has put in and recording all of the changes he makes, demonstrating the improvement of the website rankings. I would highly recommend him.
It's after I did each one of these consistently everyday for 6 months, that I got Chango to this position it is in right now.
I prefer handling everything on my own, that's because it reduces the misunderstanding between different blokes working on separate aspects of a single client's online presence.
However, I do work for clients who want me to do just one part of SEO and they are handling the, let's say, the social media marketing part just great on their own.
Ankit has been excellent in helping our company's website recover from a Google penalty where larger agencies failed. He has excellent knowledge, applies it to great effect and is keen to learn new industries. He's also very approachable and has no problem sharing what he is doing and how he feels is the best way to move forward.
We will continue our relationship with Ankit as he has brought us results; and he is a nice guy too.
See these SERPs of each page of ShesTough? Yes, I did all of them. Keyword optimized and making people wanna click on it.
Go ahead and check it out for yourselves. Just make sure to come back here if you want your SERPs to look like LatoYa Forever's.
Now that you are convinced that I am a real SEO expert and can handle however big of a deal you are, and you are ready to hire me, here are things you must know:
What you will get from me
What I will expect from you in return
An end-to-end SEO strategy execution - from scratch if you are a new site.
Your full co-operation and trust upon me. I know it'll take time, but it'll be worth it.
Month end reports about Google Search Console, Google Analytics, Off-page SEO done and letting you know when changes to the website needs to be done.
Hour long calls with me several times in a month so that we both understand what you need and how I give you results.
Highly optimized SERP copy and content optimization ONLY. I won't write all your blog posts and guest posts.
You will have to hire your own content writers who produce quality SEO optimized content. I don't provide writing anymore.
Detailed insights about what the coming month's strategy would be and WHY it will help towards the business goals.
Meet Ankit, your personal DigitalBloke. He is a 34 year old first-time father who was once offered a job from Google, but rejected it since he had that entrepreneurial fire burning in him. He runs multiple small businesses and knows what kind of problems small businessmen face. He has dealt with clients having budgets ranging from $500 to $5000, and knows how to squeeze value out of every penny.